‘Tis the season to be mischievous. This post is a lighthearted look at movie news this past year. It’s up to you to decide who’s been naughty or nice. On docket are The Rock, Ellen DeGeneres, Harrison Ford, Ryan Gosling, Netflix, Robert Pattinson and others.
“No mercy, no peace. This is war.”
War for the Planet of the Apes’ final trailer promises a super intense and visually stunning follow up to 2014’s critically acclaimed Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.
Returning in the central role is motion capture pioneer Andy Serkis as Caesar, leader of an evolved ape colony.
Have you ever wondered how anyone could be afraid of clowns?
Say hello to Pennywise.
Better yet, watch the 1990 two-part TV miniseries “IT”.
The evil clown is back and wants to traumatize a whole new generation. This time on the big screen. How very nice of … it.
IT is one of several Stephen King adaptations coming out this year.
Fresh off 2016’s Arrival, director Denis Villeneuve goes from aliens to androids in Blade Runner 2049.
In this sequel, Harrison Ford returns as a former blade runner: a special police operative whose job is to track down bioengineered replicants on Earth and retire them.
Which Upcoming Movies You Won’t Pay To See?
Some movies coming out this year like Star Wars: Episode VIII and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 have big dollars signs written all over it. Then there are poorly reviewed, critical flops which could still rake in a sizable stack of cash, we’re looking at you Transformers: The Last Knight. There will also be high budget behemoths starring A-list actors that’ll crash and burn. Here are 5 films that might be domestic box office bombs in 2017.
This year has plenty to offer fans of superhero movies. The cinematic universes expanding and superheroes battling each other is all the rage. Also Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles returned in the sequel Out of the Shadows (Full Review Here). For the rest of the superhero movie lineup, here’s a personal take on how they all stacked up.
Assassin’s Creed starring Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard is the first of eight film adaptations of video games from Ubisoft Movie Studios.
The new studio’s approach to producing video game movies is to prioritize what is the best artistic angle to serve the franchise that is being adapted. The upcoming movie lineup includes Tom Clancy’s The Division starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell with Tom Hardy attached to the lead role.
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story marks the first Star Wars movie outside of the main saga.
After four weeks of summer reshoots which has been speculated to restore a “sense of fun” to the film, Rogue One is set to take fans on a nostalgic trip back in time before the events of Star Wars: A New Hope.